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Refugee Travel Document

If  the UKBA has recognised you as a refugee and given you asylum in the United Kingdom, you and the members of your family can apply for travel documents to allow you to travel outside the United Kingdom. You will not be allowed to travel to your country of origin.

These documents are called 'convention travel documents', because they are provided in a way that is set out in part of the 1951 United Nations Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees.  

If we have given you humanitarian protection in the United Kingdom, you can apply for travel documents if you are unable to obtain a national passport or other identity documents from another country to enable you to travel. You will not be allowed to travel to the country you came from.

If you have been granted discretionary leave to stay in the United Kingdom, you are expected to keep your own national passport valid. This is because UKBA usually have given you that leave for reasons other than protection.  However, you can apply tfor a certificate of travel. You will normally have to prove that you have been formally and unreasonably refused a passport by the country you came from, unless you can show us that you have a well-founded fear of the authorities in that country.

Our Fee:

We will charge you a fixed fee of £100 for our professional services for advising on the procedure and completing travel document application.  You are guaranteed the best price for the quality of professional service you get.  There are no hidden charges and this is the final amount that you would pay.  

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